Driving Simulators

Want to test how distractions affect your driving ability? Click the Driving Simulator links below:

CAA SimulatorCanadian Automobile Association Simulator

When you take your eyes off the road or are distracted from the primary task of driving, how much are you missing? Use this interactive driving scenario simulator to find out.

Simulation Variables include: Environment, Road Conditions, Speed, Distraction & Duration.  There is also a superb education section with many topics including: Statistics, Distractions, Crash Odds, Urban & Rural Hazards, Tips to Avoid Distracted Driving & Distracted Driving Laws in Canada.

NY Times SimulatorGauging Your Distraction by The New York Times

The New York Times has an eye-opening series about distracted driving. “Through articles, videos and interactive features, The Times has examined the risks of talking and texting behind the wheel. The series also explores the extent of the problem, its origins, and the pressures people feel to stay connected while driving. And the series shows the political, regulatory and scientific dimensions of an issue that has prompted conversations and action across the country, from the Oval Office and statehouses to corporate boardrooms and kitchen tables.”

To access their entire series, visit The New York Times Driven to Distraction Series.

Heads Up SimulatorHead’s Up by Toyota & Discovery Education

Toyota USA has teamed up with Discovery Education to create Toyota Teen Driver. Try out their online driving simulator, Head’s Up and see how well you can drive while dealing with distractions.

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